No-Prep Poetry, "Back to School" Writing Projects. The students will be able to reminisce about all of their summer adventures by completing four of the ten poetry projects in this differentiated assignment. From writing a "Bio Poem" to a "Top Ten List Poem", they will love these humorous and fun back to school poetry projects.
Write a List Poem for Poetry Month A list poem where the title is the topic or a question and the rest of the poem is a list that fits the main idea. A list with a twist has a funny last line. To download the complete List Poems lesson plan please visit this post at Artistry of Education. 3-5 Mary Bauer Poetry writing
Your students will enjoy looking for all of the fun poetry terms hidden in this puzzle worksheet. The words are hidden in all directions making this a challenging word search. A great activity for early finishers or just for something fun to take home and enjoy.The 30 hidden vocabulary words are: Acrostic, Alliteration, Allusion, Assonance, Cinquain, Concrete, Couplet, Epic, Free Verse, Haiku, Hyperbole, Imagery, Limerick, Lines, List Poem, Lyrical, Metaphor, Meter, Mood...
Did you know a list can be poetic? A list poem features an inventory of people, places, things, or ideas organized in a special way. Often the title says what the list is about. It does not necessarily need to include rhythm or rhyme, but each word should be carefully chosen and memorable. Check out these list poems: What's in the box under my bed? eight marbles and a shoestring a shiny bubblegum ring